Catch up on the movies that could take home an Academy Award on Amazon, Netflix and iTunes.
There's a thin line to walk between privacy and profits if you're looking to build a smart toy.
In a murder investigation, prosecutors want recordings from the suspect's Echo. Amazon says the First Amendment sets a high bar for getting that info.
The number of Alexa skills is skyrocketing, doubling to a total of 10,000 in just the past few months. But is anybody actually using them?
Drone delivery services are being tested around the world. If it were available today, would you welcome it or shoot it down?
Amazon has a light smattering of video for the third month of the year including a few new originals.
You can't order on your Echo, though, and you can't get digital content or video games.
Now available for iPhone, this handy tool can help you determine if all those gushing -- or glaring -- reviews are the real deal.
Michael Paull, one of the minds behind Amazon Prime video, will now be in charge of Major League Baseball's popular streaming service.
The store of the future might not have human cashiers, but people will be there to make sure your alcohol purchase is legal.
The Echo Dot isn't a portable speaker by design, but this battery accessory lets you take it anywhere.
This handy tool can help you determine if all those gushing reviews are the real deal.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.